- Changing the heights of automorphism towers, with J. Hamkins, accepted for publication in Annals Pure Appl. Logic as of 8/30/99
- The automorphism tower problem revisited, with W. Just and S. Shelah, accepted for publication in Advances in Mathematics as of 11/24/98.
- On the complexity of the isomorphism relation for finitely generated groups, with B. Velickovic, accepted for publication in J. Algebra as of 11/23/98.
- On the complexity of the isomorphism relation for fields of finite transcendence degree, with B. Velickovic, accepted for publication in J. Pure Applied Algebra as of 12/7/99.
- Infinite products of finite simple groups II, accepted for publication in Journal of Group Theory as of 10/12/98.
- Asymptotic cones of finitely generated groups, with B. Velickovic, accepted for publication in Bull. London Math. Soc as of 3/24/99.
- On the complexity of the classification problem for torsion-free abelian groups of rank two, accepted for publication in Acta Mathematica as of 3/30/01.
- The classification problem for torsion-free abelian groups of finite rank accepted for publication in J. Amer. Math. Soc. as of 9/14/02.
- On the complexity of the classification problem for torsion-free abelian groups of finite rank, a survey of recent work of Hjorth, Adams-Kechris and Thomas, accepted for publication in Bull. Symbolic Logic as of 4/26/01.
- Some applications of superrigidity to Borel equivalence relations, accepted for publication in the Proceedings of the Hajnal Conference as of 4/30/01.
- Superrigidity and countable Borel equivalence relations accepted for publication in Annals Pure Appl. Logic as of 5/6/02.
- Classifying spaces for proper actions of locally-finite groups, with W. Dicks, P. H. Kropholler and I. J. Leary, accepted for publication in Journal of Group Theory as of 2/12/02.
- The virtual isomorphism problem for finitely generated groups accepted for publication in Bull. London Math. Soc. as of 12/3/02
- The classification problem for p-local torsion-free abelian groups of finite rank unpublished preprint, April 2002.
- Asymptotic cones of finitely presented groups with L. Kramer, S. Shelah and K. Tent, accepted for publication in Advances in Mathematics as of 3/30/04.
- Cayley graphs of finitely generated groups accepted for publication in Proc AMS as of 9/1/04.
- Property tau and countable Borel equivalence relations accepted for publication in J. Math. Logic as of 3/11/07.
- The classification problem for p-local torsion-free abelian groups of rank two with Greg Hjorth, accepted for publication in J. Math. Logic as of 2/23/07.
- Borel superrigidity and the classification problem for the torsion-free Abelian groups of finite rank accepted for publication in the Proceedings of the ICM - Madrid, August 22-30, 2006.
- Popa superrigidity and countable Borel equivalence relations accepted for publication in Annals Pure Appl. Logic as of 7/31/07.
- The classification problem for finite rank Butler groups accepted for publication in Contributions to Module Theory as of 8/10/07.
- The commensurability relation for finitely generated groups accepted for publication in Journal of Group Theory as of 12/28/08.
- On the complexity of the quasi-isometry and virtual isomorphism problems for finitely generated groups accepted for publication in Groups, Geometry, and Dynamics as of 02/08/08.
- A remark on the Higman-Neumann-Neumann Embedding Theorem accepted for publication in Journal of Group Theory as of 9/2/08.
- Ultraproducts of finite alternating groups with P. Ellis, S. Hachtman and S. Schneider, to appear in Proceedings of RIMS Workshop on Combinatorial and Descriptive Set Theory.
- Martin's Conjecture and Strong Ergodicity accepted for publication in Arch. Math. Logic as of 8/17/09.
- Continuous vs. Borel Reductions accepted for publication in Arch. Math. Logic as of 8/3/09.
- On the concept of "largeness" in group theory accepted for publication in J. Algebra as of 8/1/09.
- On the Number of Universal Sofic Groups accepted for publication in PAMS as of 11/2/2009.
- Automorphism groups of ultraproducts of finite symmetric groups, with P. Lücke, accepted for publication in Communications in Algebra as of 6/25/10.
- Countable Borel equivalence relations with S. Schneider, to appear in Appalachian Set Theory 2006-2010.
- Universal Borel actions of countable groups accepted for publication in Groups, Geometry, and Dynamics.
- The Friedman Embedding Theorem accepted for publication in J. Algebra.
- A descriptive view of combinatorial group theory accepted for publication in Bull. Symbolic Logic as of 9/15/2010.
- The classification problem for S-local torsion-free abelian groups of finite rank accepted for publication in Advances in Mathematics as of 10/19/2010.
- On the Steinhaus and Bergman properties for infinite products of finite groups with J. Zapletal, accepted for publication in Confluentes Mathematici as of 6/28/2012.
- Topological full groups of minimal subshifts and just-infinite groups accepted for publication in the Proceedings of the 12th Asian Logic Conference.
- The bi-embeddability relation for finitely generated groups with J. Williams, accepted for publication in J. London Math. Soc.
- A Descriptive View of Unitary Group Representations accepted for publication in J. Eur. Math. Soc..
- The bi-embeddability relation for finitely generated groups II with J. Williams, accepted for publication in Arch. Math. Logic.
- Invariant random subgroups of strictly diagonal limits of finite symmetric groups with R. Tucker-Drob, accepted for publication in Bull. London Math. Soc.
- Invariant random subgroups of inductive limits of finite alternating groups with R. Tucker-Drob, revised September 2016, to include the classification of the URSs.
- Characters of inductive limits of finite alternating groups preprint, October 2016.

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